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Reflection from South Africa by Dr. Lyndon Bouah

Reflections on Western Cape Club Champs by Dr Lyndon Bouah

Last weekend 7-9 December 2018 I was awakened by the waves of the Indian Ocean in Stilbaai. Eden Chess Union was hosting the 2018...

Reflections on Respice Prospice By Dr Lyndon Bouah

Winter is coming. This familiar phrase has become ominous in television series. I recently competed in the Cape Town Blitz won by IM Watu...

Reflections on Match Day Two SA Closed 2019 by Dr Lyndon Bouah

The 2019 edition of the SA Closed is in full flow. The Closed is a special event as a player strives throughout his...

Reflections on Simuls in South Africa by Dr Lyndon Bouah

Over the course of the last century many masters and grandmasters have visited South Africa. Invariably these players participate in a simultaneous display in...

Reflections on Winter Chess by Dr Lyndon Bouah

The Western Cape hosted a series of chess events over the last three weeks. The Elsies River Open was hosted by Elsies River chess...

Reflections on World Youth U16 Olympiad by Dr Lyndon Bouah

1.    The World Youth Under 16 chess championship was recently held in Corum, Turkey. 2.       The...

Steinitz Chess Festival 2020

Prize giving: A, B and C Sections – Sun 5 April at 15h30

Reflections on a Very Busy Last Weekend of April by Dr Lyndon Bouah

This has indeed been a very busy weekend of chess in the Western Cape. We start in Saldanha in...

KRAAIFONTEIN CHESS CLUB

Background information The Kraaifontein Chess Club was founded in April 2016 with the objective establishing a broad-based community chess development...

Reflections 5 on the Chess Western Province League by Dr Lyndon Bouah

I was recently asked by a parent why I consider chess as a sport! Well the interesting aspect is that in some schools and...

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